Salutatorian Q & A: Jennifer No


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Katie Luo, Staff Writer

Q: What’s the difference between you and other students?

A: I don’t really think there’s a difference, I think it’s just the difference is that I put way too much of an emphasis on my grades than other things, but other than that I don’t think there’s that much of a difference.

Q: How would you describe yourself? Would you call yourself an achiever?

A: I think I like to focus a lot more on what I what I would like to do in the future than more than now. An achiever maybe. I can call myself an achiever, but I would just like to say I just do the things I like to do.

Q: If you were to relive high school, would you do it the same way, or differently?

A: I think honestly, I would go to a lot more social events, activities and stuff because that’s the stuff that you remember after high school.

Q: What advice would you give to someone looking to follow in your footsteps? What advice would you give to high schoolers in general?

A: I think West Ranch puts a lot of emphasis on grades and what grade inflation and all that and I think what I want to say is if you focus on what you really want to do and go through that path, I think you would be a lot more happier than getting the highest GPA.